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Old 07-06-2015, 05:44 PM   #11
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Get the marine deep cycle from Wal
Mart. If you have room go one size larger.
Wal Mart does not sell a true deep cycle 12v battery. It is a dual purpose deep cycle.
You CAN occasionally find 6v true deep cycle batts there...but a pair only is a risk since if one goes bad you have no fallback option. They are great in a 4+ battery boondocking setup. SAMS club usually has them.
Go as large as you can fit in the space is excellent advice.
Group 24....75 amp hours
Group 27... 95 amp hours
Group 31....105 amp hours ... on average.
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Old 07-06-2015, 06:35 PM   #12
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My new (to me) 2012 F250SD Diesel

I have a 2014 317RL Wildcat 36ft and would like your input on how my new truck will handle my trailer. Do I need a dully or will the single rear wheel handle the trailer. Is the 3/4ton strong enough to carry my trailer without any overload issues? Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated...
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Jallen...suggest you post your question in the Wildcat subforum rather than in a thread about batteries. Here:
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